"So - why do they call it the silver void? Must mean there's nothin' there? Right?"
- Some clueless sod
Most berks think the Astral Plane's an empty place, serving as nothing but a cosmic highway connecting all the other places in the multiverse. Canny planewalkers know differently, though. Here are just a few of the "Secrets" of the Silver Void that... [click here for more]
Within the Ethereal Plane, demiplane islands and creatures both odd and dangerous float in an endless field of possibility. Canny folks know that the Ethereal also leads the way to the Inner Planes, infinite arenas of elemental fury. See, it's more than just a backdrop to other adventures - the plane itself offers wonder and opportunity for those with courage enough to explore its limitless expanse.... [click here for more]
You've never seen a skull like this one, cutter - it's made of a silvery metal, with rainbow hues cascading over its shiny surface. Local bashers call it a mimir. Toss it into the air, and ask it questions: What is Ecstasy? Do fiends patrol the Outlands? The floating skull slicks softly, scouring its enchanted vaults for the answers. Then its bone-box opens, drivens by ancient pistons, and it begins... [click here for more]
Welcome to the Cage!
That's Sigil, City of Doors, realm of the Lady of Pain, gateway to all planes and possibilities. It's the most coveted burg in the multiverse, and this tome is the key to unlocking its secrets. Now DMs and cutters alike can discover:
Little-known facts about Sigil's sites and personalities
A guide to major portals
Maps of famous locales, fiendish and... [click here for more]
Welcome to the Monstrous Compendium volume that finally details the powerful creatures unique to the outer planes.
These denizens of the planes can be powerful allies or terrible enemies.
From aasimon to zoveri, and everything between, this supplement is a must have for any DM planning to run an adventure in the outer planes.
MC8: "Monstrous Compendium... [click here for more]
On the Great Ring, six planes lie in direct opposition. Above looms the triad of Good, holding fast against the tide of corruption. Below lurks the triad of Evil, stained red by the eternal Blood War. Both resist the pull of Law and Chaos. Any berk who calls them "neutral" planes has never experienced their full extremes! Dare to enter the conflict and find:
Two 64-page books describing each... [click here for more]
Glory? Majesty? You don't know the dark of it! Discover the multiverse! Enter infinite universes of infinite variety, worlds beyond the prime-material settings of the AD&D game. Explore Sigil, the City of Doors, filled with portals to every layer of every plane. All you need is the right key, including. . .
A Player's Guide to the Planes: A 32-page primer that introduces... [click here for more]